• © Image Casa Telmo

© Images Casa Telmo

Casa Telmo

A historical building in the center of Mahón has been used to create this small hotel for guests from all over the world who want to enjoy the paradise island of Menorca.
The five bedrooms are thought to the detail and with a special style from the Quintana partners studio, to the global design of the house has been carefully curated as well as the different environments that have been wanted in the rooms to create the history of Casa Telmo.

Casa Ladico

Casa Ládico

The conversion of this very special house into an elegant and select hotel has been carried out with the utmost care and respect for all the original architectural features, in addition to Casa Ládico commitment to sustainability and the environment. We offer you both comfort and luxury in a magnificent and exclusive setting. Their exquisite interior courtyard and its swimming pool ensure total tranquillity and relaxation.

Ses Sucreras

Ses Sucreres

“Our story begun in 2009, restoring a 1844 dated manor with ecological materials and a sustainable energy model.
We really try to be honest with the values we preach taking always into consideration our little village and local community.
Our six rooms are all calm, oversized and flooded with natural light. They have all an en-suite bathroom with shower and a bath in the superior double room. All bedrooms have a ceiling fan, heating and towel radiator. In one of our suites and upon request we can add an extra child bed or a baby cot”

Hotel Anhel

Hotel Anhel

“Anhel is a cozy hotel, located in the small village of Ferreries, which does not have any particular attractions but is pretty close to some of the best beaches of the Menorca (Cala Galdana, Cala Mitjana, Macarella, etc.). The hotel is brand new (operating since March 2019) and nicely decorated, run by the very kind Eva (she is not a professional hotelier yet but, with no doubt, a great host) and her husband Juanjo”



“Torralbenc is a collection of white-washed farm buildings dating from the 19th and early 20th century, that were used in the past for farming tasks and that have been carefully restored to recover the essence of the architecture and the natural environment that surrounds it.

The Menorcan charm that envelopes Torralbenc is reflected in every single detail, from the decoration to the traditional flavours that are offered in our restaurant.

The Menorcan charm is reflected in the rooms at Torralbenc. From the very beginning, guests will be enveloped with the rosemary scent, the carefully designed decorations, the combination of limestone, hardwood and natural fabric textures, and the white and earth tones”